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Posted November 29, 2000
In the Nov. 27, 2000 New York Times book review, Christopher Lehmann-Haupt recommended 'Two unusual books about fishing: THE ANGLER'S LIFE...which makes the point that there's a whole lot more to fishing than simply dropping bait into the water, namely collecting piscatorial books and equipment, decorating rooms in honor of the sport or remembering great fishing people of the past; and Forgotten Flies...featuring spectacularly colorful illustrations of the flies of classic tiers...Both books remind you that half the beauty of fishing is above water on dry land in places where it is impossible to cast a line.'Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.